Panama increased from less than 50 dollars per hectare before road access was established, to more than 100 dollars immediately thereafteraquot; (Ledec, 1992b: 96). ... the road went for 30 to 40 dollars per hectare, and land in the most isolated places was worth only 10 dollars (Maldidier, 1993). ... of tourism, subsidized reforestation, and banana and citrus production have also been important in the 1980s.
|Title||:||LIVESTOCK AND DEFORESTATION IN CENTRAL AMERICA IN THE 1990s: A POLICY PERSPECTIVE|
|Publisher||:||IICA Biblioteca Venezuela -|